"They say that the suffering you endure when you are younger is a way for you to pay your dues early and make room for better things in the future. Keep at it until you are calloused and bruised. Although you may be hurt and bleeding now, a better day will come. Hard work will never betray you."
Kang Gary of Leessang, Dec 2011

Friday, May 11, 2012

WWF Malaysia - Adopt A Tiger

[A message from WWF Malaysia]


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The tigers' plea
From today to 25th May 2012, WWF will be airing a short video on ASTRO (Star World, Diva, Fox, AXN and National Geographic) urging you to support our fight against tiger poaching by symbolically adopting a tiger for as low as RM30 a month.





There are only 3200 tigers left in the wild today. Why so few? Everyday tigers like Bulan and her cubs risk being trapped in deadly snares set in their home by ruthless poachers. Seen as mere rugs or bones and teeth for medicines, tigers are fast losing their battle for survival to these poachers.

Did you know that poaching is the largest, most immediate threat to wild tiger populations? That's why I'm writing to you today to put a stop to poaching.

We need you to support our work by symbolically adopting tigers like Bulan and her cubs with WWF. Your gift of RM30 or more every month would go towards helping WWF;
  • work to eradicate poaching and illegal wildlife trade
  • to acquire vital equipment related to anti-poaching work
With your symbolic adoption, you will receive a high quality and cuddly tiger plush toy, a personalized adoption certificate, a gift bag and a year's subscription of WWF's exclusive quarterly Green Heart magazine filled with updates on our work with tigers.

Remember, you can make a difference. Please adopt a tiger now. Tigers like Bulan are counting on you.

Join Us: 


WWF-Malaysia (World Wide Fund for Nature-Malaysia), the national conservation trust, currently runs more than 75 projects covering a diverse range of environmental protection work. Since 1972, WWF-Malaysia has worked on important conservation projects, from saving endangered species such as tigers and turtles, to protecting our highland forests, rivers and seas.

We thank our individual supporters whose donations are our lifeblood. If you would like to donate to WWF-Malaysia or learn more about our projects, please call: +603-78033772 or visit our Frequently Asked Questions.

49, Jalan SS23/15, Taman SEA, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia 

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